Most creative way to make cards with chalkpaints. Do you have chalkpaints that are in dire use of some creativity? Try these simple cards for your friends and I am sure they will love it 🙂
I had completely forgotten about the posts on super simple cards with chalkpaints, I made for itsy bitsy last month and due to travel and stuff I could hardly fit in time for blogging! I am here to share you a really creative way to use your chalkpaints – in your cards. Yes three super simple cards with chalkpaints from Itsybitsy.
If you remember, I have previously used these chalkpaints in my DIY hexagon wall shelves with popsicle sticks and also in my no sew burlap flower tutorial. The collection of shades launched by Itsy bitsy in their matte acrylic chalkpaints are wide and so lovely! I am sure most of you might already have bought the entire collection of Itsy Bitsy chalk paints . So lets dive right into the post !
I made three different cards and for all the three cards, I have used chalk paint as background elements and “Happy bird-day” stamp for foreground element.
For the first one, I wanted to use the scallop circle die from Itsy Bitsy so, I made a simple brushstroke background on my base cardstock and placed the scallop circle die cut on it. I used a flat brush from Monte Marte gallery series for acrylic paints for making the strokes. I used frozen ice shade on a white background to represent sky. Then I used various floral elements with little birdie on the scallop die.
The flowers and leaves are clear stamps that I stamped with Memento Dewdrop ink pads and Itsy Bitsy pigment inks. I colored the little birdie with Camlin drawing inks. Once all the coloring were done, I fussy cut all of them and adhered everything together to the card base with double sided foam dots.
For the second card, I used a smaller size round brush from the same series to make tiny heart shapes with Itsy Bitsy chalk paint in pink ballet shade to fill the background area on a black cardstock.
I cut out a sentiment strip from Pretty in Pink pattern paper set and used it in the card along with a fussy cut little birdie.
For the third card, I used a geometric pattern stencil from Itsy Bitsy and covered the entire area of the card with chalk paint in the Fortune Cookie shade. I wanted to have a slightly raised look so I did not dilute the chalk paint while applying over the stencil.
For the sentiments, I cut out a small strip of cardstock and stamped “Hello” in lighter shade and highlighted the “Hello” with black ink. I adhered this strip to the base of the card with a double sided tape for 3D effect and placed a fussy cut little birdie.
Did you like these simple cards? Now you know how versatile chalkpaints are. Have fun unleashing your creativity with these chalkpaints 🙂 |